Netanyahu calls for Iran sanctions over nuclear ‘violations’
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged world powers Sunday to reimpose tough sanctions against Iran, vowing to curb Tehran’s regional “aggression”, Arab News reports.
“The International Atomic Energy Agency has determined that Iran refused to give the agency’s inspectors access to secret sites where Iran conducted secret nuclear military activity,” Netanyahu told his cabinet.
Netanyahu accused Iran of “systematically violating its commitments by hiding sites, enriching fissile material and in other ways.”
“In light of these discoveries, the international community must join the US and reimpose crippling sanctions on Iran,” he said.